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Materials

EN1 Use of materials

Our materials use mainly consists of fuels. In our operations, we aim to use natural resources efficiently and sparingly.

 

 

Fuel consumption in 2012‑2014
2014 2013 20121)
Non‑renewable fuels
Natural gas, million m3 8,148 7,844 7,844
Coal, 1,000 t 2,539 2,843 2,536
Waste‑derived fuel, fossil 1,000 t 87 221 320
Peat, 1,000 t 161 227 269
Fuel oil, 1,000 t 13 18 49
Nuclear fuel, t 23 20 21
Renewable fuels
Biomass and bio liquids, 1,000 t 1,264 1,428 1,790
Waste‑derived fuel, renewable 1,000 t 177 633 486
1) Includes joint venture AB Fortum Värme samägt med Stockholms Stad
Fuel consumption by country in 2014
Finland Russia Poland Other
countries
Total
Natural gas, million m3 84 7,805 6 254 8,148
Coal, 1,000 t 800 1,336 402 2,539
Biomass and bio liquids, 1,000 t 321 193 751 1,264
Waste‑derived fuel, 1,000 t 122 141 264
Peat, 1,000 t 98 63 161
Fuel oil, 1,000 t 11 2 13
Nuclear fuel, t 23 23
Other fuels, 1,000 t 2 2

In 2014, we used 8.1 billion m3 of natural gas and 4.2 million tonnes of solid and liquid fuels. Natural gas and 68% (2013: 67%) of solid and liquid fuels were of non-renewable origin.

Joint venture Fortum Värme used a total of 1.6 (2013: 1.7) million tonnes of fuel, of which various biomasses and bio liquids accounted for 451,000 (2013: 667,000) tonnes, waste derived fuels 930,000 (2013: 765,000) tonnes and coal 207,000 (2013: 249,000) tonnes.

The reported volumes are based on measurements at the power plants and heat-only boilers. The energy content of the fuels is described in EN3.

EN2 Recycled materials used

We used 264,000 (2013: 221,000) tonnes of waste-derived fuels in Finland and Lithuania.

Recycled input materials accounted for 6% (2013: 5%) of the total mass of solid and liquid fuels used.

In Sweden, joint venture Fortum Värme used 930,000 (2013: 765,000) tonnes of waste-derived fuels, which was 58% (2013: 45%) of total fuel use.

Reported volumes are based on measurements at the power plants using waste-derived fuels.

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